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Teacher to Teacher — Hot Potato!

Teacher to Teacher is simply that — we teachers sharing tips and ideas with each other. Feel free to send suggestions!


This version of Hot Potato is a fun way to review the books of the Bible! Have the students sit in a circle.
Hand one of them the ‘hot potato’ (any object you choose; I like to use a small stuffed animal) and say a random book of the Bible. The student repeats your book and then quickly passes the ‘hot potato’ to the left. He must then say the next six books of the Bible in order before the ‘hot potato’ makes it all the way around the circle back to him. He then gets to hand the ‘hot potato’ to another student and say a random book of the Bible. The Bible loops around, so if the first book named is Jude, the student will say, “Jude (passes the ‘hot potato’), Revelation, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy.”

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Central Texas Bible Teacher Workshop

Thank you to the wonderful folks at the Central Texas Bible Teacher Workshop, held July 20th and 21st, 2012, right here in Austin, Texas! The organizers did a FABULOUS job, the presenters held a wide variety of interesting workshops, and David and I enjoyed meeting all of you! Keep checking this page for future workshops we’ll be attending.  Martha

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